Empirically-based Solution Framework for Distributed Engineering of software intensive products
FacultiesFakultät für Mathematik und Wirtschaftswissenschaften
i. Studying the major problems in Global Software Engineering (GSE) and identifying the lack of easy-to-find solutions. ii. Creating and using four dimensions of distribution to break down GSE problems. iii. Performing a systematic literature review to identify solutions in GSE. iv. Rate the papers found in the systematic literature review. v. Creating a Solution Framework for Distributed Engineering (SODE) based on CMMI and ISO to structure the solutions found in the systematic literature review. vi. Adding a process area to SODE to cover GSE related aspects better than CMMI and ISO do. vii. Sort the papers into SODE to guide the users towards the solutions they are looking for. viii. Adding a layer between the papers and SODE to support the users better in identifying the right solutions by linking the papers to SODE. ix. Identifying white spots within SODE as possible areas to do future work. x. Using a challenge at Daimler AG to fill one white spot by creating a method for software variant reduction and control based on factor analysis.
Subject HeadingsDIKOS [GND]
Virtual work teams [LCSH]